Leaked by monster Intel CPU this year?

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Intel is rumored to launch a new monster CPU soon, called the Core i9-14900KS. It houses 8 P-cores, 16 E-cores and impressive speeds of up to 6.2GHz.

The upcoming product is said to come with eight P-cores and 16 E-cores, giving a total of 32 threads and 68MB of cache. Most impressive, however, are its potential clock speeds. This CPU, currently expected to be called the Core i9-14900KS, is said to be able to reach 6.2GHz for single core and dual core performance, with speeds reaching up to 5.9GHz for 3-8 cores.


This means that P-cores will run 200MHz to 300MHz faster than before, and E-cores are expected to reach speeds up to 4.5GHz, which is 100MHz faster than before. However, reports suggest that this CPU could draw over 400W of power, which has raised concerns about thermal management and energy efficiency. Users will therefore need robust cooling systems and reliable power supplies to handle this potential CPU.


However, all this is just speculation at this point and we will have to wait for official confirmation from Intel. It is important to remember that these are rumors based on leaks and analysis from the tech industry, and that we therefore cannot be sure of anything until Intel itself makes a statement.


However, a benchmark result has been spotted in the OCCT benchmarking software. Here the i9-14900KS was listed as a Production Unit. This means that Intel has apparently moved past the engineering and validation sample phase. This means that there is also a chance that test samples are already in circulation.

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